Counselor 2021

Creating a legacy

Cincinnati Law's family connections run deep

Editor's Note

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This issue of Counselor magazine highlights the familial legacies intertwined with the nearly 200 year history of Cincinnati Law. A pair of stories details how Judge Nathaniel Jones' legacy has helped inspire alumni and friends of the College—as well as today's law students—to take action in the pursuit of social justice. The issue explores how one alumnus' quest to better understand the factors that contribute to bar passage led to an innovative collaboration with educational researchers, and how a group of alumnae came together to support the pursuits of the College's students and faculty through giving. You can see what your classmates and fellow alumni have been up to in Hearsay, and get the latest Cincinnati Law news in Briefs. We hope you enjoy the update.


Opening Statement


Features

In this section, read about how one alumnus' quest to better understand the factors that contribute to bar passage led to an innovative collaboration with educational researchers. See how a group of alumnae came together to support the pursuits of the College's students and faculty through giving. Enjoy a discussion between three alumni and former dean Joseph Tomain about the environment, energy, and climate change. Hear from several alumni in leadership roles behind various well known brands, and about how their time at Cincinnati Law helped set them up for their careers.

Briefs and Hearsay

Get a snapshot of the latest news at Cincinnati Law, and see what your classmates and fellow alumni have been up to.

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